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Apollo 11's Legacy in Pop Culture | The Moon Landing in TV and Movies

When President Kennedy challenged NASA to put a man on the moon before 1970, it took some of the world’s brightest engineers, mathematicians, and human computers to meet the deadline. The challenge sparked not only their imaginations, but so many around the world, and its legacy has continued to do so for five decades. Happy 50th anniversary, Apollo 11. Learn more: SUBSCRIBE! for more Popular Science on YouTube ►► -- Producer/Video by: Jason Lederman Narrator: Jess Boddy Cameras: Canon EOS C100 - Canon EOS 5D Mark III - Additional equipment: Canon EF50mm Lens - Canon Zoom Lens EF24-105mm - Sachtler Ace XL Tripod System - Sennheiser EW100ENG G3 Camera Wireless Mic Kit - Litepanels Astra E 1x1 Daylight LED Panel - Lowepro Magnum 650 AW Shoulder Bag - The North Face Base Camp Duffel - Music: APM Music Media: NASA, Wikimedia Commons, Pond5 CC BY 3.0: Additional Media: Le Voyage Dans La Lune (1902), Pink Floyd “The Dark Side of the Moon”, MTV (1981), The Simpsons (1992) FOX, Mad Men (2014) AMC, First Man (2018) Universal PIctures, Doctor Who (2011) BBC, Futurama (1999) FOX, 30 Rock (2010) NBC, Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) Paramount Pictures, From The Earth to the Moon (1998) HBO, Apollo 13 (1995) Universal Pictures, Men in Black 3 (2012) Sony Pictures -- GET MORE POPULAR SCIENCE E-mail newsletter: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Flipboard: Podcasts: #Apollo11 #Apollo50th #NeilArmstrong #BuzzAldrin #MoonLanding #OneSmallStep



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